Classic and Simple Smokey Eye: Neutral cream base for lid and brow bone. Gray for crease, be sure to blend well. Add second darker gray or black to add depth to crease, again blend well. Line the eye with a black liquid or pot liner. Finish with a dusting of highlighter and line inner rims with a white pencil. This look has some glitter thrown in as well. Fin!
Waterline liners - white for a bigger looking eye, nude to subtly open eyes, and black for boldness!
Who doesn’t want bigger looking eyes? Unfortunately a lot of women don’t apply eyeliner correctly, making their eyes appear smaller than they really are. The key is to make your top lash line appear thicker and the whites of your eyes seem larger. The purpose is to open up your beautiful eyes, not enclose them.
I actually do not know what designer pieces were involved here in this photo, however I was able to be inspired and recreate this outfit with the following: A white long sleeve shirt from Nordstrom, red corduroy jeans by Mossimo from Target, a grey scarf from World Market, and the Louis Vuitton Delightful PM for my bag